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THURSDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, 1969 


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CONDITIONS OF SALE 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any dispute 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and re-sold, provided 
the Auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute, 


SEconD.—No person to advance less than 1s.; above five pounds, 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 

TuirD.—All lots are put up for sale subject (a) to any reserve price 
imposed by the seller and (b) to the right of the seller 
to bid either personally or else by any one person who 
may be the Auctioneer. 


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abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound or more in 
part payment, or the whole of the purchase-money, 
if required; in default of which the lot or lots so purchased 
to be immediately put up again and re-sold. 


FirtH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 
ve to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described 
in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty to take or 
reject it, provided always that notice of such rejection 
be made and the lot returned within seven days from 
date of sale, 


SixtH.—The Auctioneers will not hold themselves responsible for 
any action that may arise, acting solely as agents between 
buyer and seller and for both equitably. 

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the safe custody of any lots left more than three days 
after the sale. 

E1cuTH.—Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of 
their purchases at the time of delivery. The Auctioneers 
not to be held responsible for any discrepancy which 
might be discovered after the lots have been removed 
from their premises, 


Please Note. 


The metal in which the coins are struck is indicated thus: — 
N=gold, AR=silver, AZ=copper or bronze. 
El=Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 

Bl=Billon (an alloy of silver and copper). 

Care is taken to describe accurately the condition of coins 
and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine, 
Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be assumed 
that the coins and medals are not in good condition. 





EXCHANGE CONTROL (GOLD COINS EXEMPTION) 


ORDER, 1966 


THE above Order, which came into effect on the 27th April, 1966, necessi- 
tates the following requirements in respect of ALL GOLD COINS DATED 
AFTER 1837. 


1. 


2. 


BUYING. 


(a) Residents of the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and the Channel 


Islands must produce satisfactory proof that they are in possession 
of permission from the Bank of England to purchase gold coins 
dated after 1887. (Applications to maintain a collection of gold 
coins dated after 1837 should be submitted to the Dealing and 
Accounts Office, Bank of England, London, E.C.2, on Form GC1 
(obtainable from any Bank).) 


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sell gold coins dated after 1837. 


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detailed list of all gold coins dated after 1837 which they propose 
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CATALOGUE of 


FOREIGN COINS 


DAY OF SALE 


Thursday, 25th September, 1969 


commencing at 1 p.m. precisely 


GOLD COINS 
1 France, Louis XV, Louis d’or, 1754H. Very fine. 


2 —— Napoleon, as Consul, 40-Francs, AN XI. Very fine. 
3 —— Napoleon, 20-Francs, as Consul, AN 12; as Emperor, 1812. 
Very fine. 


4 Italy, Napoleon, 40-Lire, 1813M. Very fine. 


— Parma, 40-Lire, 1815; Prussia, Frederick d’or, 1777A; 
S. Africa, Half-Pond, 1895; Portugal, 4-Escudo, 1750. 
Fine. 


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6 Spain, Ferdinand V and Isabella I, Castellano, undated, Seville 
(Tolra 1123; F.37).. Fine, rare. 


7 —— —— 4E€xcelentes, undated, m.m. Aqueduct, Segovia (Tolra 
1119; F.25). Obverse off-centre, weakly struck in parts but 
very fine, rare. 


8 —— —— 2-Excelentes, undated, Granada (Tolra 1114; F.27). 
Slight traces of having been mounted, fine, rare. 





a =m 2-Excelentes, undated, Seville (Tolra 1139; F.28). 
Slightly crimped, otherwise almost very fine. 

10 ~—— —— 2-Excelentes, undated, Toledo (Tolra 1152; F.29). 
Almost fine, rare. 

11 ——— —— 1-Excelente, undated, Seville (Tolra 1135; F.35). 


Very fine, well struck. 


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38 


32 


340 


95 


55 


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34 


50 


110 


0 


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14 


15 


17 


20 


21 


—— Charles I and Johanna, Escudo, m.m. Aqueduct, Segovia 
(Tolra 1157; F.46). Slight traces of having been mounted, 
cleaned, otherwise fine, rare. 


—— Ferdinand VII, 4-Escudos, 1814, Madrid, Assayer G-J 
(F.164; L.C. 137). Fine but very slight trace of having been 
mounted. 


—— —— 2-Escudos, i809, Seville, Assayer CN (F.156; L.C. 
633). Very fine. 


—— —— 2Escudos, 1809, Seville, Assayer CN (F.156; L.C. 
633). Fine. 





2-Escudos, 1813, Cadiz, Assayer CJ (F.165; L.C.30). 
Very fine, scarce. 


England, George III, Guinea, 1793; Half-Guinea, 1809, both 
about very fine; Third-Guineas, 1799, poor, 1810, very fine; 
George IV, Half-Sovereign, 1825. 


Ottoman, Ahmad I (A.D. 1603-1617), Altun, Damascus, AH 
1012; Ahmad III (A.D. 1703-1730), Altun tundukly, Misr 
AH 1115; Mahmoud I, Altun zer Mahbub, AH 1143; Abdul 
Hamid I (A.D. 1730-1789 Misr, Year 2). Mostly about very 
fine. 


Safavids, Shah Tamasp (A.D. 1524-1576), Asrafi (4.14 gms.), 
Tabriz; Afshars, Shah Rukh (A.D. 1747-1796), Mohur 
(10.88 gms.), Mashhad; Abbassids, Dinar, AH 168. Fine. 


Zands, Karim Khan (A.D. 1750-1779), Asrafis (4.27 gms.), Tabriz; 
Kajars, Fath Ali Shah (A.D. 1797-1834), Toman (3.68 
ems.), Kashan, AH 1227; another (5.11 gms.), Isfahan, 
AH 1229. About very fine. 


Afghanistan, Muhammed Zahir Shah, Dinar of 8 grams, AH 1315 
(A.D. 1937) (F.37). Extremely fine, rare. 


Saudi Arabia, 4-Pounds (struck in 1945-56), U.S. mint, Phila- 
delphia (F.107). Very fine. 


Ottoman Empire, Muhammad V, 100-Piastres, Adrianople mint, 
Year 2; Kossova mint, Year 3. Extremely fine. 


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33 


34 


35 


36 


— 100-Piastres, Monastir mint, Year 3; Salonika mint, Year 3. 
Extremely fine. 


Yemen, Iman Ahmad (1948-62), gold striking of Ahmadi Riyal, 
AH 1381, San’a mint (F.1). Extremely fine, rare. 


Tunisia, 20-Francs, 1898, very fine; Egypt, 100-Piastres, 
AH 1277, fine. 


India, Kushan, Huvishka, Stater, bust left, ev. goddess stand- 
ing r. (IMC 2, Pl. XII, No. 7), fine; Hindustan, native 
square Mohur, very fine. 


Italy, Vatican, Pius IX, 5-Lire, 1866 (F.282). Fine and very rare. 


—— Sardinia, Charles Albert, 10-Lire, 1833, Genova, m.m. 
anchor (F.1145). Fine, very rare. 


Prussia, 20-Marks, 1899A, 1910 J, 1911A, 1913A (2), 1914A 
military bust, very fine; miscellaneous silver coins (8). 


France, 10-Francs, 1862 BB, 1863 A; England, Half-Sovereigns, 
1908, 1910S. Fine and very fine. 


U.S.A., 20-Dollars, 1895. Very fine. 

Russia, Nicholas II, 5-Roubles, 1901. Brilliant. 

George III, Sovereign, 1817; Napoleon I, 20-Francs, 1815L, 
mint of Bayonne (a rare mint, cf. N. Circ., May 1964). 


Fine. 


Spain, Ferdinand VI, 4$-Escudo, 1747, Madrid; Charles IV, 
4-Escudo, 1795, Madrid. The last fine to very fine. 


Transylvania, John Zapoly, Ducat, 1540. Fine. 


Germany, Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel, Charles II (1815-1830), 
10-Thalers, 1817 (F.787). Very fine, scarce. 


France, 50-Francs, 1856 A. Fine, knock on rim. 


Austria, Restrike 100-Corona, 1915. Extremely fine. 


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40 


165 


95 


52 


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27 


13 


26 


0 


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105 


23 


64 


56 


34 


66 


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34 


38 


36 


Lor 


40 


41 


42 


43 


44 


46 


47 


48 


49 


50 


51 


52 


53 


56 


—— Restrike 100-Corona, 1915. Extremely fine. 
—— Restrike 100-Corona, 1915. Extremely fine. 


—— 10-Corona, 1906; 4-Florins, 1892; restrike Ducat, 1915; 
Belgium, 20-Francs, 1865; Netherlands, 10-Gulden, 1877, 
1912. Mostly very fine. 


Denmark, 20-Kroner, 1913; Prussia, 20-Marks, 1873, 1910; 
Switzerland, 10-Francs, 1913, 1915. Mostly very fine. 


France, Napoleon III, 100-Francs, 1855 A. Almost very fine. 


—— —— 100-Francs, 1857A. Very fine. 


—— —— 50-Francs, 1855 A, fine; another, 1857 A, almost very 
fine. 


—— Republic, 100-Francs, 1903A. Very fine. 


—— Louis XV, Louis d’or, 1766, fine but pierced; Napoleon, 
40-Francs, 1806 A. 


—— Louis Philippe I, 40-Francs, 1833 A, 1834A. Fine. 


—— 20-Francs, 1846A, 1851A, 1859BB, 1876A (2), 1913; 
5-Francs, 1860A. Except the last, fine or better. 


Russia, Platinum 3-Roubles, 1835. Fine. 


—— 10-Roubles, 1902; Turkey, 100-Piastres, AH 1327. Very 
fine. 


Turkey, 250-Piastres, AH 1293; India, Mohurs (2). All have 
been mounted. 


Bahamas, 20-Dollars, 1967; Isle of Man, Sovereign, 1965, 
Bhutan, 1-Sertum, 1966. All practically munt., 


German East Africa, Tabora, 15-Rupees, 1916, scroll under T. 
Very fine. 


Mexico, Philip V, 8-Escudos, 1737, Pitted, otherwise fine. 


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62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


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72 


73 


74 


Italy, Ligurian Republic, 96-Lire, 1798. Almost fine, rare. 
—— Sardinia, C. Albert, 20-Lire, 1832, Turin. Good, scarce. 


Germany, Hesse-Cassel, William IX (I), 5-Thaler, 1815. Fine 
and rare. 


British Columbia, Fantasy fractional Dollars, 1849 Liberty head, 
1923 Indian head, revs. BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLD, shield. 
Practically mint state. 


Mexico, 50-Pesos, 1946; 20-Pesos, 1921. Practically mint state 
and extremely fine. 


Chile, 20-Pesos, 1896. Very fine. 


Turkey, 250-Piastres, Monnaie de Luxe, 1927. Practically mint 
state. 


Denmark, 20-Kroners, 1909. Extremely fine. 
Vatican City, 20-Lire, 1867. Very fine. 


France, 20-Francs, 1853 A, 1895, 1907, 1912; 5-Francs, 1858 A. 
Very fine or better. 


Germany, Prussia, Frederick III, 20-Marks, 1888. Mint state. 
—— —— William I, 5-Marks, 1877C. Practicaily mint state. 
—— Wurttemberg, 5-Marks, 1877. Extremely fine. 

Russia, Peter I, 2-Roubles, 1720. About extremely fine. 

—— Elizabeth, 1-Rouble, 1756 (Fr. 81). Nearly extremely fine. 
—— —— }-Rouble or Poltina, 1756 (Fr. 82). Extremely fine. 


—— Catharine, }-Rouble or Poltina, 1777 (Fr. 100). Extremely 
fine. 


—— Nicholas I, 5-Roubles, 1851 (Fr.114). About extremely 
fine. 


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87 


88 


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90 


91 


92 


—— Nicholas II, 7}-Roubles, 1897 (2); 10-Roubles, 1899. Good 
very fine or better. 





15-Roubles, 1897 (3). Mint state or practically so. 


Netherlands, 10-Guilders, 1875, very fine; 1875, mint state; 1877, 
mint state; 1879, extremely fine. 


—— 10-Guilders, 1897 (3), girl head. Mint state or practically 
so. 


—— 10-Guilders, 1911, 1912 (2), 1917 (2). Mint state or prac- 
tically so. 


—— 10-Guilders, 1932 (2). Both practically mint state. 
—— 5-Guilders, 1912 (2). Extremely fine or better. 


—— Gold ingot (.995 fine, 20 grammes), Handelsbank, Dutch 
East Indies. Fine. 


Japan, Mutsuhito, 1-Yen (1871-80) (Fr. 49). Mint state. 
Chile, Republic, 8-Escudos, 1833 (F.33). Almost very fine. 
—— —— 8-Escudos, 1841 (F.41). Almost very fine. 


Colombia, Republic of New Granada, 16-Pesos, 1840, Bogota 
(F.69). Weak on reverse, otherwise almost extremely fine. 


—— —— 16-Pesos, 1846, Popayan (F.70). Very fine. 

Bolivia, Republic, 8-Escudos, 1857 (over 6), laureate head of 
Bolivar (cf. F.34). Small striking crack and slight tooling 
in field, otherwise almost very fine, very rare date. 

Peru, Republic, 20-Soles, 1863 (F.70). Fine. 

Mexico, 50-Pesos, 1945. Extremely fine. 


—— 50-Pesos, 1945; 20-Pesos, 1919. Extremely fine and very 
fine. 


—— 50-Pesos, 1947. Extremely fine. 


Lor 


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94 


95 
96 


97 


$8 
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100 
101 


102 


103 
104 
105 
106 


107 


108 


109 
110 
111 


112 


50-Pesos, 1947; 20-Pesos, 1959. Very fine or better. 
50-Pesos, 1947; 20-Pesos, 1959. About extremely fine. 


50-Pesos, 1947; 20-Pesos, 1959. Extremely fine. 


Colombia, Ferdinand VII, 8-Escudos, 1819, Bogota. Very fine. 


U.S.A., 50-Dollar piece, 1852, Augustus Humbert issue, ‘‘target’’ 


reverse. Fair, extremely rare. 
20-Dollars, 1891S. Good extremely fine. 
Another. About extremely fine. 

Another, 1906S. Nearly extremely fine. 
10-Dollars, 1894 (3). All extremely fine. 


10-Dollars, 1894, 1898S, 1907 (Liberty head). Extremely 
fine or nearly so. 


10-Dollars, 1909 (Indian head). Very fine. 

5-Dollars, 1886, 1902S. The first fine, the second very fine. 
24-Dollars, 1908, 1914.D, 1929. Extremely fine. 

1-Dollar, 1851. Nearly extremely fine. 


Commemorative Dollar, 1903, Louisiana Purchase Exposi- 
tion, obv. Jefferson. Mint state. 


20-Dollars, 1873, 1878S. Fine, the first with slight traces 
of having been mounted. 


20-Dollars, 1894, 1895S. Fine and very fine. 
20-Dollars, 1898S, 1899. Very fine and fine. 
20-Dollars, 1900, 1904S. About very fine. 


20-Dollars, 1904, 1904S. Very fine. 


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36 


40 


54 


400 


30 


27 


28 


48 


56 


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32 


42 


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90 


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68 


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100 


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Lor 


116 


117 


118 


119 


131 


132 


133 


10 


—— 20-Dollars, 1907, 1922. Very fine. 
Victoria, 1887 Jubilee medal. Knock on edge, very fine. 


South Africa, Van Riebeck Festival, 1952, gold and silver medals, 
in case. Extremely fine. 


Vatican, Johannes XXIII, medal for 1962 Oecumenicum Council 
(100 grammes), in case. Brilliant. 


Russian gold agricultural prize medal, 1834, obv. female figure 
planting a tree and legend (‘‘For labour in the interests of 
posterity’’) (wt. 105.8 grammes; 63mm. diam.), with ioop 
for suspension. 


Congo, 1965 Proof set, 100, 50, 25, 20 and 10-Francs, in official 
case of issue. Brilliant. 


Elizabeth II, Isle of Man Sovereign and Bhutan A’ Sertum, both 
in official cases of issue. Slight discolouration and some hair 
scratches, otherwise extremely fine. 


Sierra Leone, 1966 Proof set, 1-Golde, j-Golde and }-Golde, in 
case of issue. Brilliant. 


—— Non-proof set, 1966, similar, in case. Extremely fine. 


Canada, 1967 Proof set, including gold 20-Dollars, in case of 
issue. Brilliant. 


SILVER & BRONZE COINS 


AR Brunswick, Wolfenbuttel, 14-Thalers, 1625 (OMT 57 (but not 
stamped) ). Very fine, rare. 


JR Thalers, Saxony, John Frederick with Henry, 1540; Albertine 
Line, Augustus, 1577; Jobn George, Death 1656; Bruns- 
wick, August Junior, Glocken 1643; Munster, Christ. Ber- 
nard, 1661. Fine or better. 


AR Austria, Thaler, 1762, very fine; Spanish Netherlands, 
Ducatone, 1703, good; France, Henry V, 5-Francs, 1831; 
smaller hammered AR of France (3); copy of Zurich Thaler, 
1559, fine or better. 


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Lor 


134 


136 


139 


140 


141 


142 


143 


11 


AR Holy Roman Empire, Thalers, Rudolph II, 1603, very fine; 


Matthias II, 1613, fine; Leopold I, 1659; Charles VI, 1716, 
both very fine or better. 


AR Austria, Thalers, Sigismund, 1486, plugged and gilt, Ferdinand 
(1632-1662), Tyrol, fine; Leopold I, 1698, extremely fine; 
Brabant, Joseph II, Thalers, 1785, 1794, fine; Hungary, 
Francis I, Thaler, 1830 (D.121), extremely fine. 


AR Olmutz, Episcopal Thalers, Wolfgang, 1724, 1738 (D.1218, 
1226). Very fine. 


AR Salzburg, Thalers, Paris von Lodron, 1621, very fine but flaw 
at edge; Johan Ernest von Thun, 1697, extremely fine. 


AR Denmark, Eric XIV, square Mark, 1563; John, square 
4-Marks, 1569; Christian IV, 2-Marks and 1-Mark, 1645, 
1-Mark, 1617. Fine or better. 


-R —— Christian V, 4-Marks, 1672; Frederick III, 2-Marks, 
1663, 1-Mark, 1651, fine or better; 2-Kroner of 1892 and 
1906, extremely fine. 


AR Brandenburg, Thalers, George and Albert, 1539; Albert, 1550; 
Brunswick, Thalers, Christian, 1624; Augustus William, 
1723, fine or very fine; another of Elizabeth, Princess of 
Denmark and Duchess of Brunswick. 


Bavaria, Maximilian I, Thaler, 1625, very fime; Maximilian 
Joseph, Thaler, 1764, good; Lubeck, 48-Schillings, 1752; 
32-Schillings, 1752; Prussia, Thaler, 1707 (D.2566), 1797, 
except the last, fine or better. 


Saxony, Mansfeld, Thaler, 1581, has been mounted; Ernestine 
Line, Frederick III with John and George, Thaler, pierced 
and has been mounted; Albertine Line, Thalers, Christian II 
and his brothers, 1593; John George and Augustus, 1614; 
%-Thaler, John George I, 1613, last three fine or better. 


/R —— House of Altenburg, John Philip and his three brothers, 
Taler, 1624; Albertine Line, John George, Thaler, 1631; 
Frederick Augustus (King of Poland), Vikariats Thaler, 
1711; Frederick Augustus, Elector, Mining Thaler, 1803 
(D.851). Very fine or better. 


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66 


40 


54 


88 


38 


100 


0 


68 


60 


62 


70 


40 


105 


80 


50 


62 


Lor 


144 


146 


147 


148 


149 


12 


AR Frankfurt, Double-Thaler, 1861; Thaler, July 1862; Ham- 
burg, XVI-Schillings of Charles VI; Bremen, 36-Grote, 
1864; Hessen, 5-Marks, 1895; Lippe, %-Thaler, 1761; An- 
halt-Bernburg, 1-Mark, 1799. Mostly very fine or better. 


AR German East Africa, 2-Rupees, 1893, has been mounted; 1 
and 4-Rupee, 1891; German New Guinea, Mark, 1894; 
other German milled coins (4), very fine or better. 


AR France, 5-Francs, Years 7, 12, 1810, 1815, 1821, 1830, 1845, 
1850, 1852, mostly fine; smaller \AR (7), very fine. 


R 





Miscellaneous minor AR (40), AZ, etc. (120), including 
French Colonial, etc. Many fine. 


—— R Henry V, Pattern 5-Francs and 1-Franc, 1831; Napoleon 
II, Emperor, Essai 10-Centimes, 1816, in Ai. Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


JR Italy, Tuscany, Cosimo III, Tollero, 1704; Francis II, Tollero, 
1747; Peter Leopold, Tallero, 1770, 1778 (D.1498, 1505, 
1510, 1517); Papal, Clement X, Scudo, 1675; Genoa, 


8-Lire, 1792; Venice, 10-Lire, 1797. Good to fine. 

AR —— Roman Republic, Scudo, undated (D.1486); Lucca, 
5-Franchi, 1808 (D.203). Both almost extremely fine. 

7R —— Cisalpine Republic, Scudo, Anno VIII (1800) (D.199). 
Very fine. 

JR Parma, 5-Lire, 1815; Venice, 5-Lire, 1848 (D.204, 207), 





both fine; other silver coins of Italy, dollar size (4), smaller 
(22), several fine. 


AR Netherlands, Holland, Leicester Dollar, 1586; Campen, Lion 
Daler, 1644; Deventer, Ducaton, 1662; Zeeland, Ducaton 
1660, Daler 1687; smaller \AR (3). Some about fine. 


JR —— Ducaton, 1774, Holland; Ducat, 1774, Zeeland; Rix- 
dollar, 1803, Utrecht (D.1827, 1848, 225); East India Co., 
Guilder, Half-Guilder and Quarter-Guilder, 1802. Fine and 
very fine. 


JR —— Holland, Louis Napoleon, 50-Stivers, 1808 (D.228); 
Austrian Netherlands, Independent Provinces, 3-Florins, 
1790 (D.1285). Both very fine. 


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157 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


13 


AR Sweden, Gustavus III, Riksdaler, 1782, has been mounted; 
Charles XIV, Specie Riksdaler, 1836; smaller AR (4), some 
fine; Norway, Double-Kroner, 1905; Russia, Rouble, 
1775, both very fine. 


AR Germany, Augsburg, Gustav Adolf of Sweden, Thaler, 1632 
(Old. 935). Very fine, scarce. 


/R Denmark, Christian V, 4-Mark, 1698, fine; Frederick V, 
8-Mark, 1747, very fine. 


Foreign hammered silver and billon coins (50). Several fine. 


Foreign silver coins, mostly milled, a few in billon (110). Some 
very fine. 


Foreign coins, mostly copper and bronze (286). Some very fine. 


AR Guatemala, Ferdinand VI, Cob 8-Reales, 1752, good; another, 
1752, on large rectangular flan, fine but pierced; 8-Reales, 
1758, very fine. 


ZR Mexico, Philip III, Cob 8-Reales, Assayer F; another, Pvs 11 
legible, good; Philip IV, Cob 8-Reales (5), all Assayer P, 
one with small shield, about fine. 


/R —— Cob 8-Reales, Charles II, Assayer L; Philip V (8, one 
Assayer J); another with Roman numerals mm, rev. with 
shield of Philip IV, all good, the last scarce; Recortado 
issue, 1734, octagonal, value “‘16’’ at right of shield, cast 
as usual, almost very fine. 


-R —— Philip V, Pillar Dollar, 1743, M-F. Almost extremely 
fine, rare. 








R Pillar Dollars, 1740, 1744, 1746, all M-F, last two 


with chopmarks. The first fine, others very fine. 


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or better. 





Pillar Dollars, 1745, 1746, both M-F. Very fine 


JR Ferdinand VI, Pillar Dollars, all M-F, 1749, 1750, both 


almost very fine, 1751, chopmarked, fine. 





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110 


286 


90 


54 


55 


85 


140 


54 


55 


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44 


32 


42 


52 


32 


60 


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169 


170 


171 


172 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


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R— Pillar Dollars, M-F, 1752, 1753. Both about ex- 
tremely fine, rare thus. 

. Pillar Dollars, 1751, 1753, both M-F; 1754, M-M. 
Very fine. 

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Pillar Dollars, 1755, 1757, 1758, all M-M, the first 
fine, others extremely fine; another of Charles III, i762, 
M-M, almost very fine. 


AR Peru, Philip II, 8-Reales, Potosi, Assayer B (G.3999a); 
another of Philip III, Assayer M, date 16-- on reverse, Potosi 
(cf. G.4029). Both fine and scarce. 


AR —— Philip III, 8-Reales (3), Potosi, all Assayer T, one with 
‘“8’’ to right of shield. One fine, others very good. 

JR —— —— 8-Reales, Potosi (2), Assayers Q and R. Both fine. 

AR —— Pillar Dollars, Ferdinand VI, 1758, LM, J-M; Charles 


III, 1768, LM, J-M; 1769, PTS, J-R, first two with chop- 
marks. Very fine. 


*R —— Charles III, 8-Reales, 1802, PTS, P-P, countermarked 
small B, crescent above and below (? Berbice Islands), very 
fine; other 8-Reales of Ferdinand VII, 1815, Lima, J-P, 
extremely fine; North Peru, 1838, Lima, M-B, very fine. 


AR Philippines, ‘‘Manila 1828’’ counterstamped on Peru 8-Reales, 
1827, J-M; another, on 1828, J-M. Fine and scarce. 





‘“‘Manila 1828’’ counterstamped on Peru 8-Reales, 1827, 
first type with wide serrated border on stamp, only good, 
rare; Peru 8-Reales, 1834, M-M, counterstamped “‘Y.11’’, 


fine. 


?R China, Fukien Dollar (1898), cf. Kann 124 but this specimen 
with six flames to the fire-ball and eight spines to the 
dragon’s back (wt. 26 grams). Fine, very rare. 


Czechoslovakia, medallic 30-Kronor, 1929 (1,000th year of 
Wenceslaus); commemorative medals, AR (4, one duplicate), 
JE (1); Roumania, 25,000-Lei, 1946; Bohemia, com- 
memorative restrike Gross, 1900; Austria, 10-Groschen, 
1925, essay struck in iron, extremely fine or better; cast 
copy of Renaissance medal, fine; Judea, part of ‘‘tree’’ 
type lead cast. 


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181 


182 


183 


184 


185 


186 


188 


189 


190 


191 


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Netherlands, Utrecht, 14-Ducatoons, 1769, almost extremely fine; 
France, 5-Francs, AN 13; Ecu, 1762L; England, Crown, 
1695; Egypt, 20-Piastres, 1937; Turkey, Yuzlik, AH 1203, 
fine. 


Spain, Philip II, 8-Reales, Seville, nearly very fine; Philip III, 
Cob 8-Reales, Seville (? 1621), about fine, very rare; cast 
AE medal of Ferdinand of Alcala, 1630, fine. 


Austria, Hall Thalers, 1616, fine, 1710, almost extremely fine; 
Salzburg, Klippe Double-Thaler of Wolfgang Theodore, 
ring mount but fine; Olmutz, Wolfgang of Schrattenbach, 
Thaler, 1725, very fine. 


Ratispon, Francis II, Thaler, 1745, by Oexlein; Reuss-Greitz, 
Henry XIII, Thaler, 1812 L (D.796). Both almost extremely 
fine. 


Saxony, Albertine Line, Thalers of John George I, 1614, 1615, 
both very fine; Falkenstein, Paul VI, Thaler, 1620, fine. 


Wurzburg, Adam Frederick, Thalers, 1760 (2, one with loop 
mount), 1763; Prussia, 2-Thalers, 1867; commemorative 
medal, 1675, of Princess Louis Caroline Radzivilia; Hesse 
Darmstadt, Thaler, 1858; Brandenburg, copy of John II 
Thaler, 1543. Mostly very fine. 


Syracuse, Dekadrachm, Becker copy struck in silver, counter- 
stamped with the mark of Count Esta. Almost extremely 


fine. 


AR Austria, Charles VI, Thalers, 1713 Vienna, 1719 Hall, 1729 
Kremnitz (D.1035, 1053, 1059). The second very fine, 
others extremely fine. 


AR Austria, Charles VI, Thalers, 1725 Hall, 1731 Prague, 1737 
Breslau (D. 1054, 1086, 1098). The first about extremely 
fine, others very fine. 


JR Saxony, Frederick August, ‘Pyjama’ Thaler, 1816 (Craig 183), 
brilliant and rare; Thaler, 1820 (D.857), extremely fine. 


A Brunswick-Luneburg, Christian, Bishop of Mindon, Thaler, 
1625, fine but plugged; Brandenburg-Anspach, Frederick, 
Albert and Christian, Thaler, 1627, fine but deeply tooled 
on obverse; Spain, 20-Reales, 1851 (D.3384), very fine; 
Papal commemorative piece, 1878, brilliant. 


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34 


54 


34 


66 


19 


32 


34 


62 


26 


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0 


0 


40 


30 


32 


100 


20 


0 


193 


194 


198 


199 


200 


201 


202 


203 


16 


‘AR Ethiopia, restrike Talari of Menelik IL and Haile Selassie. 
Brilliant. 


AR Chile, Pesos, 1881, 1884, 1895; 5-Pesos, 1927; Persia, Nasr- 
ed-Din, 5-Krans, 1896, very fine or better; Turkey, 20- 
Piastres, 1859, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1917, fine. 


AR China, General Li Yuan Hung, Dollar, undated, bust with 
military cap; another, similar but without cap. Almost ex- 
tremely fine. 


AR —— Tsao Kun, Dollar, bust in civilian dress; another, bust 
in military uniform. Extremely fine. 


AR —— Sun Yat Sen, Memorial Dollars (3); ‘junk’ type (1); 
Japan, 1-Yen (3). Very fine. 


Australia, 2/-, 1/-, 6d. and 3d., 1910, in unofficial case, fine; 
Canada, Dollars, 1935, 1936, 1949, extremely fine or better. 


7E British West Africa, Mule Penny, 1956, with name of George 
VI, very fine, rare; AX Hong Kong Dollar, 1867, plugged; 
British Trade Dollars, 1900, 1901, 1909, fine or better; 


extremely fine. 
Elizabeth II, undated uniface Patterns for Colonial coinage. 
obverse only, AR Dollar, milled edge; A: 2-Cents, plain 


edge. Extremely fine, very rare. 


Miscellaneous foreign coins, dollar size (8), smaller (25), A£ (2). 
Mostly fine. 


/R Napoleon, Spain, 20-Reales, 1809, very fine; France, 5-Francs, 
AN 130, fine. 


AR Coins of France, Netherlands, etc. (11); A“ Venice, box 
10-Centesimi, 1849. Mostly fine. 


JR Mexico, 8-Reales, 1803, fine, 1811, very fine; Sicily, 2-Lire, 
1813, very fine; Italy, 1-Lira, 1814, extremely fine. 


JR Cisalpine Republic, 30-Soldi, Year 9; Prussia, 5-Marks, 1874, 
both about very fine; Lucca, 5-Franchi, 1807, about fine. 


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205 


207 


211 


212 


213 


214 


217 


17 


AR Commemorative medals, Taking of Breisach by Duke Bernard 
of Saxe-Weimer, 1638, by J. Blum; Marriage medal, by 
S. Dadler. Very fine. 


Albania, AR 5-Franka Ari, 1927; another, struck in copper, plain 
edge. Both brilliant. 


“R European minor hammered silver coins (50), many duplicates. 
Several very fine. 


/E South Africa, Pattern Penny, 1890, obv. arms, rev. 1 PENNY 
within wreath. Extremely fine, scarce. 


Mexico, Sud-Morelos, AR 8-Reales 1812, 2-Reales 1812, 1-Real 
1813; copper 8-Reales (3). First three fine or better. 


/R Peru, 8-Reales, 1835, countermarked Y.11 for the Philippines, 
M-M, very fine; another, M-T, fine; Spain, Ferdinand VII, 
Necessity issue, 30-Sous, 1808, fine. 


AR Teutonic Order, Archduke Maximilian, Double-Thaler, 1614. 
Fine. 


/R Hanover, George IV, 3-Thaler, 1827. Extremely fine. 


AR British Trade Dollars, 1899, 1901, 1911; Straits Settlements 
Dollar, 1904S; other British Colonial, etc., dollar size (12), 
smaller (3), mostly of Elizabeth II. Mostly extremely fine, 
some better. 


AR Hawaii, Kalakaua I, Dala, 1883. Very fine. 


AR German East Africa, 2-Rupees, 1893; Saxony, 2-Thaiers, 
1861; Prussia, 2-Thalers, 1839; Thaler, 1801. Fine or very 


fine. 


AR Sicily, 120-Grani, 1857; Vatican, Scudo, 1846; Denmark, 
Rigsdaler, 1837; France, 5-Francs, 1857; Mexico, 8- 
Reales, 1794, 1796. Mostly very fine. 


AR Zeeland, Daaler, 1599; Malta, 30-Tari, 1757, both fine; 
Russia, 14-Roubles, 1833; Rouble, 1896; other dollar size 
of Poland, 1766; Brazil, 1818; Bulgaria, 1894; Latvia, 1929; 
Roumania, 1906; Liechtenstein, 1915, mostly very fine. 


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38 


42 


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34 


34 


18 


24 


31 


44 


105 


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34 


40 


100 


215 


175 


105 


52 


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218 A Coins of S. America, dollar size (14), smaller (2), mostly 
modern commemoratives. Mostly extremely fine. 16 


219 AR Coins of the world, 1960-1967, dollar size (12), slightly 








smaller (14). Mostly mint state. 26 
220 AR Coins of the world, mostiy dollar size, all before 1932 (20). 
Mostly very fine. 20 
221 AX Coins of the world, mostly 20th Century commemoratives of 
dollar size (20). Extremely fine or better. 20 
222 AR France, Ecu of eight L’s, 1691 E, very fine, rare; other Ecu, 
1728 X, 1750 Pau, fine or better. 3 
223 AX —— Napoleon, 5-Francs, An 13H, very fine; Franc and 
Half-Franc, 1812, Utrecht mint, extremely fine, all rare. 3 
224 AR 2-Francs (1), 1-Franc (7), Half-Francs (18), 
Quarter-Francs (12), no duplicates, many very fine; com- 
memorative pieces, AR (9), Af (5), extremely fine, some rare. 47 
225 —— Minor iAR from 1791 (83); AZ to 1851 (114). Many fine, 
some extremely fine. 197 
226 —— ZE Essais, etc. (4); Monnaies de Confiance (12); Political 
pieces (7); Proof 5-Centimes in bronze, 1861, without mint 
letter; local tokens, 1912-1930, mostly in Al; trade tokens, 
tickets, etc. (194). Several very fine. 218 
227 —— ZE Napoleon II and 3rd Republic, 10-Cms. (63), 5-Crns. 


(77, including 1871 K), 2-Cins. (40), 1-Cm. (31, one gilt); 
Royal visit commemoratives (6); Indo-China, 1-Cent (3). 
A wide range of dates. Many extremely fine. 240 


228 Spain, to Charles IV, A’ 4-Escudo, 1786, fine; AR (22, one 
pierced), AZ (97); later AR (13), Af (107), including a few 
Portuguese. Earlier pieces mostly worn, later issues fine or 
better. 240 


229 —— Spanish Provinces, a good selection of AR (4), AE (94); 
Spanish America, AR (16), At, etc. (3), including some 
countermarks; Portugal, AR (4), Az (6). 127 


Lot 


230 


231 


232 


233 


234 


235 


236 


237 


238 


239 


241 


19 


Italy and Papal States, AR (10), AZ (90), mostly pre-1860, some 
fine and better; AZ 1861-1918 (138); San Marino, A (9), 
many very fine. 


Switzerland, AR (7), AE and Ni, etc. (89); Austria, AR (32), Ni, 
AZ, etc. (108); Hungary, AR (25), ZZ and Ni (36), mainly 
19th and 20th Century. Mostly fine, some better. 


Ragusa, AR Tallero, 1765, nearly extremely fine; Cattaro, Franc, 
1813, fine and rare. 


Palestine (British Mandate), AR (28), A® and Ni (126); British 
Colonial, mostly Ceylon and Hong Kong, AR (83, including 
Gibraltar Crown, 1967), ZZ (217). Many fine, some better. 


Czechoslovakia, Finland, Poland, Russia, etc., AR (30), A= and 
Ni (138); Scandinavia, AR (43), Az, Ni, etc. (564), mostly 
pre-1950 and includes trade tickets, etc. Many fine, some 
better. 


Copper coins, mainly European and 19th Century. Many fine. 


ZE Irish Gunmoney (7); James II, Crown, 1690, Halfcrowns (2), 
Shillings (2), Sixpences (2); English AR (4), A (3). Mostly 
fine, some extremely fine. 


Spain, AR 2-Reales, Philip II, Naples; Louis I, Madrid, 1724, 
both scarce; France, Ecu sub multiple (3), 1659, 1668, 
1660; AZ Centimes (2); Austria, 3-Kreuzer, 1697; U.S.A., 
large Cent, 1844; Bhutan, Proof set, 3, 1, 4 and 4-Rupee, 
in official case of issue, slight discolouration, otherwise bril- 
liant. Mostly fine or better. 


Brazil, AR 960-Reis, 1812, 1814, 1815, 1816 (2 diff.), 1818 (2 
diff.), 1819, 1821, 1824; Potosi Dollar, Charles III, counter- 
marked for Brazil. Mostly very fine. 


—— 2,000-Reis, 1863, 1865, 1887, 1889; 640-Reis, 1699, 1809; 
320-Reis, 1783, 1820; other AR, Ni and 42 of Brazil (31). 
Mostly very fine. 


South America, AX Dollar size, 20th Century (6), smaller (5); 
Jersey Crown, 1966; Makarios commemorative gold, 1966 
(2). Mostly extremely fine. 


Austria, Leopold, 2-Thaler, undated, Tyrol. Extremely fine. 


247 


297 


454 


775 


610 


14 


13 


ii 


39 


150 


45 


70 


105 


36 


12 


72 


42 


18 


58 


0) 


46 


30 


105 


75 


120 


244 


245 


246 


252 


253 


254 


255 


20 


—— Thalers, Ferdinand, undated; Rudolph II, 1607 (2). Fine 
or better. 3 


Bavaria, Maximilian I, Thaler, 1628; Bamberg, Christopher 
Franz, Thaler, 1800, both about very fine; Brunswick- 
Wolfenbuttel, Thaler, 1610; Westphalia, Jerome Napoleon, 
Thaler, 1813C. 4 


Switzerland, Geneva, Thalers, 1723 (2), Half-Thaler, 1795; 
Vatican, Scudo, 1780, all good to fine; Lombardy, 5-Lire, 
1848; France, 5-Francs, 1873, very fine. 6 


German East Africa, 2-Rupees, 1893 (2). Fine. 2 


Tonga, 1967 set of AR and AZ; Vietnam, Pattern 50, 20 and 
10-Su, 1953; Cameroons, Pattern 25, 10 and 5-Francs, 
1958; English Crown, 1951; Australian Crowns, 1937 (2); 
Straits Settlements Dollars, 1907, 1908; Chinese Dollars 
(2); Peru, Sol, 1895; Tunisia, Pattern 5-Francs, 1954. 
Fine to mint state. 22 


Hammered silver coins (90), minor denominations, mostly Euro- 
pean. Many fine. 90 


Hammered silver coins, mostly European (430), many dupli- 
cates. Mostly with some corrosion. 430 


AR Coins of the world, mostly European (137). Several fine. 137 


Miscellaneous 4E coins and tokens, etc. (1,800), a few in envelopes 


described. 1,800 
Miscellaneous medals, cliches, etc., AR (8), AS and white metal 

(73). Mostly fine. 81 
Coins of the world in 42 and Ni, etc. (735). A few fine. 735 


Coins of the world, AR (53), A® and Ni (178), mostly minor; 
demonitized Bank Notes (50). Several fine. 281 


George VI, 1937 set, AX Crown to Af jd., in case of issue. 
Brilliant but cleaned. 15 


Jersey, proof sets, 1957, 1964 (2); Guernsey, proof sets, 1956 
(2). In cases of issue. Brilliant. 29 


262 


263 


264 


265 


266 


267 


268 


271 


21 
Malta, 1964 proof sets of 2-Scudi and 1-Scudo, in card folders 
(20 sets). Brilliant. 
—— A similar lot. Brilliant. 


AR South Africa, Crowns, three of each date, 1947 to 1950, 1953 
to 1955, 1957, 1960 to 1964. Extremely fine, many brilliant. 


AR —— Crowns, 1961 (60). Extremely fine, many brilliant. 


—— Sets in unofficial cases, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, all AK 
Crown to AE 4d. Extremely fine or better. 


—— Sets in unofficial cases, 1955, 1959, each AR Crown to AE 
id. Extremely fine or better. 


—— Sets in unofficial cases, 1952, 1954, both Crown to jd.; 


1961 (three sets), AR 50-Cents to E 3-Cent. Extremely fine 
or better. 


—— Sets in unofficial cases, 1954, Crown to 4d.; 1961 (5 sets), 
AR 50-Cents to AE 4-Cent. Extremely fine or better. 


New Zealand, Elizabeth II, 1953 specimen sets (2), AX Crown to 
E 4d., in cases. Brilliant. 


—— —— 1953 specimen set, Crown to 4d.; Guermsey, 1956 
double proof set of 3d. (2), 8-Doubles (2) and 4-Doubles (2); 
Jersey, 1964 set of 3d. (2) and 1d. (2), in cases of issue. 
Brilliant. 


Judea, AE Lepta (50). A few fine. 
Sassanian silver Dirhems (20); Greek Az of Thessaly (15). 


Roman 4 1st and 2nd brass (50); Byzantine AE (50). 


JAPAN 


Rectangular silver plate, 114mm. x 81mm. (wt. 213 grams), 
character countermark ‘‘A whole block’’ repeated eleven 
times, reverse blank. Very fine, rare. 


40 


40 


36 


60 


36 


25 


53 


18 


35 


100 


36 


34 


72 


65 


30 


30 


30 


48 


62 


60 


100 


46 


48 


50 


68 


64 


34 


0 


274 


278 


280 


281 


282 


22 


Rectangular silver plate, 163mm. x 80mm. (wt. 200 grams), 
Owari Province, 1682, multiple counterstamps on one side 
only. Fine, rare. 


Silver plate, Fundo shape, 129mm. x 114mm. (wt. 188 grams), 
Tajima Province, two countermarks, chrysanthemum and 
rectangular panel with value 10-Ryo, beaded border. Very 
fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 152mm. x 93mm. (wt. 162 grams), two rec- 
tangular countermarks ‘‘Nan Ryo’’ and ‘Ichi Mai Gin 
Oban’’. Very fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 152mm. x 94mm. (wt. 160 grams), obv. two 
rectangular countermarks ‘‘Nan Ryo’’ (=Southern Islands), 
‘Eich Mai’ (=one leaf), 1650-1750. Extremely fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 160mm. x 100mm. (wt. 160 grams), obv. 
countermarked as preceding Lot. Extremely fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 157mm. x 96mm. (wt. 162 grams), obverse 
countermarked as preceding two Lots but reverse also 
countermarked in seal script ‘‘Valuable Currency’. Very 
fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 151mm. x 92mm. (wt. 132 grams), obverse 
countermarked as preceding three Lots but the panels with- 
out inner border line, small circular countermark on reverse. 
Very fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 150mm. x 93mm. (wt. 160 grams), obverse 
with two rectangular countermarks as preceding Lot but the 
characters and border incuse. Very fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 141mm. x 86mm. (wt. 202 grams), Arakawa 
Gin Oban, circular stamp in centre, incuse bird in outline 
lower left, reverse blank. Very fine, rare; ex Ho Ju Mitza 
Collection. 


Oval silver plate, 89mm. x 58mm. (wt. 85 grams), Arakawa Gin, 
obv. straw mat design, rev. circular stamp in centre. Very 
fine, rare. 


Circular silver plate, 114mm. diameter (wt. 68 grams), obv. 
chrysanthemum in centre, four circles each with a single 
character near edge, rev. blank. Very fine, rare. 


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283 


284 


285 


286 


287 


288 


289 


290 


291 


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Oval silver plate, 139mm. x 85mm. (wt. 163 grams), Nagato 
Province, obv. four chrysanthemums on straw mat surface, 
rev. small group of three chrysanthemums. Very fine, rare. 


Silver plate, Fundo shaped, 134mm. x 95mm. (wt. 103 grams), 
Gun-Yo, rectangular inscription ‘‘10 Ryo’’ in centre, Kiri 
flower above and below, annulets at edge (issued for mili- 
tary use only, c. 1750). Very fine, rare. 


Silver plate, Fundo shaped, 187mm. x 100mm. (wt. 57 grams), 
three rectangular inscriptions placed vertically, circular 
stamp in each four corners, annulets at edge. Fine, rare. 


Silver plate, Fundo shaped, 84mm. x 70mm. (wt. 19 grams), 
countermarked similar to preceding; another, similar, 
69mm. x 62mm. (wt. 14 grams). Both fine, rare 


Oval silver plate, 148mm. x 89mm. (wt. 109 grams), Fuku Jyo 
Inari Gin Oban (16th Century), fireball in centre, square 
panel with inscription and crest above and below, fox each 
side of lower square character. Very fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 142 mm. x 82mm. (wt. 121 grams), Kiri flowers 
and Paulownia crests stamped on both sides, obverse with 
straw mat surface and six chopmarks. Fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate with cut corners, 107 mm. x 91mm. (wt. 
163 grams), “‘Hana Furi — 10 Ryo’, two rectangular panels 
of inscription within cowrie shell border, decorated edge; 
struck by Toshinaga, 13th year of Keichow (1808), Kaga 
Province. Very fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate with cut corners, 107mm. x 91mm. 
(wt. 161 grams), “‘Hana Furi—10 Ryo’, similar to pre- 
ceding but Kin flower stamp on each corner of reverse. 
Extremely fine, very rare. 


Rectangular silver plate with cut corners, 105mm. x 84mm. (wt. 
165 grams), Kaku Oban (c. 1810), obv. small rectangular 
panel with inscription, Kiri flowers in each corner, rev. 
two oval stamps with large characters in outline. Fine and 
rare. 


Rectangular silver plate with slightly cut corners, 106mm. x 
85mm. (wt. 162 grams), Hana Furi Oban, obv. incuse 
characters in two groups, Kiri flower in each corner, rev. 
inscription within small rectangular panel, Kiri flower in 
each corner. Very fine, rare. 


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48 


38 


34 


92 


38 


48 


75 


54 


54 


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66 


48 


48 


42 


48 


92 


110 


110 


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293 


294 


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296 


297 


299 


300 


301 


302 


24 


Rectangular silver plate, cut corners, rolled flan, 70 mm. x 60 mm. 
(wt. 16 grams), obv. inscriptions in two rectangular panels, 
cowrie shell border; another, cast flan, similar, 70mm. x 
60mm. (wt. 28.5 grams). Very fine and fine. 


Rectangular silver plate, rounded corners, 108 mm. x 84mm. (wt. 
81 grams), Kaga Province (c. 1530), two rectangular panels 
of inscriptions ‘‘Hana Furi’’ and “Ichi Mai’’ with four 
‘fern-sprout’ stamps, the corners countermarked with the 
War Lord’s crest, rev. blank. Fine and extremely rare. 


Rectangular silver plate, 121mm. x 78mm. (wt. 163 grams), 
Sakura Province, obverse covered with stamps of three and 
five-petalled flowers. Very fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate, 140mm. x 91mm. (wt. 143 grams), 
obverse covered with stamps of ‘‘Dai’’, “‘Fuku’’ and ‘‘Jyo’’ 
characters, rev. blank. Very fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate, 121mm. x 74mm. (wt. 94 grams), Kaga 
Province (c. 1574), obverse surface covered with stamps of 
characters ‘‘Ho, Gu, Za’’ (Treasure, Money, Mint). Very 
fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate, 150mm. x 45mm. (wt. 111 grams), 
Ansei era, obverse covered with 28 character countermarks, 
rev. blank. Very fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate, 153mm. x 70mm. (wt. 173 grams), 
obv. character stamp repeated eight times along one edge, 
rev. three small stamps along opposite edge. Rare. 


Rectangular silver bar, 223mm. x 68mm. (wt. 434 grams), 
‘Kirin Gin Cut Silver’, a full uncut bar with irregular edge, 
obverse covered with 41 panels of inscriptions and six small 
countermarks. Very fine, rare. 


Long oval uncut silver bar, 217mm. x 38mm. (wt. 245 grams), 
Ansei era, obv. stamp with three characters repeated 18 
times. Very fine, rare. 


Oval silver plate, 171mm. x 111mm. (wt. 198 grams), ‘Kiyosu 
Gin Oban’, minted by Oda Shogunate Government in 1593, 
at Kiyosu Castle, for war fund. Very fine, rare. 


Lor 


303 


304 


305 


306 


307 


308 


309 


310 


311 


312 


25 


Rectangular silver plate, 108mm, x 75mm., Kukuribakama Gin 
(c. 1600), 10-Ryo, rectangular and circular stamps repeated 
on obverse, rev. single character. Very fine, rare. 


Irregular oval silver plate, 99mm. x 110mm. (wt. 165 grams), 
Iwamino Kuni Province, Sekishu silver mine, obv. twelve 
circular stamps, vev. plain; another, smaller circular flan 
(wt. 30.5 grams), eight stamps; another, oval flan, 35 mm. 
x 48mm. (16 grams), two stamps. Very fine. 


Rectangular silver bar, rounded ends, 150mm. x 44mm. (wt. 
184 grams), obv. two rectangular panels of inscriptions, 
rev. blank. Fine. 


Rectangular silver plate, 117mm. x 72mm. (wt. 157 grams), 
obv. rectangular stamp with inscription, small circular 
stamp in each corner. Very fine. 


Rectangular silver plate (uncut), 82mm. x 115mm. (wt. 208 
grams), obv. five rows each of five rectangular stamps, rev. 
single kidney-shaped stamp. Very fine. 


Rectangular silver plate with rounded corners, 163 mm. x 72mm. 
(wt. 163 grams), obv. short thick indentations form straw 
mat surface, two circular stamps each containing five annu- 
lets, two large characters in centre, vev. blank. Very fine. 


Rectangular silver plate, 80mm. x 30mm. (wt. 34 grams), obv. 
stamped with two Paulownia crests; rectangular plate, cut 
corners, 50mm. x 71mm. (wt. 76 grams), obv. two heart- 
shaped designs with circular counterstamp, vev. Fundo- 
shaped stamp. Fine. 


Irregular silver plate, 68 mm. x 58mm. (wt. 79 grams), Daimio 
(Prince) Gin (c. 1500), obv. four stamps; from Imperial 
House Collection. Fine, rare. 


Rectangular silver plate, 48 mm. x 60mm. (wt. 64 grams), Hotei 
(God of Plenty) stamped six times on obverse; thin rec- 
tangular silver plate, 72mm. x 70mm. (wt. 16.5 grams), 
obu. character stamp repeated twelve times. Fine. 


Rectangular silver plate, 47mm. x 46mm. (4mm. thick) (wt. 
84 grams), Morioka Kran, obv. small stamp in corner and 
a deep counterstamp. Fine and very rare. 


75 


40 


48 


40 


34 


34 


38 


38 


0 


0 


42 


50 


68 


66 


135 


42 


42 


56 


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313 


314 


315 


318 


319 


320 


321 


322 


323 


26 


Rectangular silver plate, cut corners, 64mm. x 65mm. (wt. 72 
grams), Satsuma Shichi Ryo, 7 Units (issued by the Prince 
to pay soldiers), obv. inscription in centre, circular stamp in 
each corner, vev. single small stamp. Very fine, very rare. 


Oval silver plate, 119mm. x 74mm. (wt. 150 grams), presenta- 
tion plaque in the style of monetary plate, given in the 15th 
year of Meiji (1882), obv. inscriptions on straw mat surface. 
Very fine. 


Circular plate, 61mm. (wt. 12.5 grams), Hocho Koban; Koshu 
circular Koban (c. 1690); other silver pieces (15), including 
bar 85mm. x 10mm., small rectangular (4), rings (3) (none 
listed in Jacobs or Monro). Fine and better. 


Oval silver plate, 98 mm. x 69mm. (wt. 91 grams), Iwami Yama- 
zuchiyo Ginban (c. 1595), vev. blank. Fine and rare. 


Rectangular silver bar, 105mm. x 38mm. x 4mm. (wt. 151 
grams), obv. two rectangular stamps and three characters 
in centre, rev. blank. Very fine and very rare. 


Oval Kobans (25), of fine silver, from Tajima, Kaga, Sagami and 
Suruga Provinces, average size 73mm, x 43 mm., including 
six duplicates; smaller pieces in base silver (15). Many very 
fine. 


Island of Akita, Dewa Province, 9-Momme and 2-Fun, early 
variety with straw mat surface, another with denomination 
placed wide apart, two others with characters for the Kurile 
Islands (not in Monro). Fine and very fine. 


Silver bars (2), about 24mm. x 36mm. (wt. 30 grams), Eichigo 
Eiji Kirisin, one large character in outline, rev. small stamp 
(Japan Natl. Coll., Lot 34). Fine, very rare. 


Silver pieces (21), cut from larger ‘chopping blocks’, including 
strips to 10-Units. Mostly very fine. 


Silver Koban, Genroku (1695), 75mm. x 41 mm. (wt. 17.5 grams) 
(cf. Jacobs B.102 (in gold)). Very fine, rare. 


Silver Cho-Gin, stamped only with the ‘‘God of Plenty’’ design, 
Genroku; two others, base silver, Ansei and Tempoeras. 


Fine. 


17 


40 


21 


324 


325 


326 


328 


329 


330 


331 


332 


333 


334 


335 


Cho-Gin of Eiji era (1710) (Jacobs G.4). Fine, very rare. 


Batavia, Java, silver Koban of Deshima Province, counter- 
stamped with Dutch lion in rectangle, 49 mm. x 56mm. (wt. 
25 grams), 17th Century. Fine, very rare. 


Books: De Villaret, E., ‘‘Numismatique Japonaise’’, Paris, 1892; 
Schroeder, A., ““Annam, Estudes Numismatiques’’, Paris, 
1905, 2 vols.; ‘‘Coins of Japan’’, Tokohama, 1904; ‘‘Evolu- 
tion of Japanese Coins’’, Tokyo. 


Korea, Family charms (6), mostly with pierced ‘‘cash’’ design, 
two coloured (two damaged). 


—— Family charms (4), ammulets, etc. (10). 


—— Family charms (5), with loops for the attachment of indi- 
vidual ammulets, some coloured. Very fine. 


—— Family charms (4), with loops for the attachment of indi- 
vidual ammulets, all coloured; another, in the shape of a 
sword guard. Fine or better. 


—— Family charms (5), with four to eight individual charms 
attached. Fine or better. 


—— Ammulets (116), mostly different, lin. to 1Jin. diameter; 
family charm, formed as a hand mirror, with 20 ‘cash’ 
type pieces, small loops for attaching additional charms. 
Mostly very fine. 


Africa, AZ Manillas (9); copper wire flexible bracelets (11). 


Tanganyika Territory, two bracelets fashioned from the Conch 
shell; miscellaneous—shark’s vertabrae (10 pieces); Cowrie 
shells, one large, 77 small; boar’s tusk. 


Africa, Kissi Penny; S. Pacific, arm bracelet cut from shell; 
fish hooks (5), from mother-o’-pearl, bone or bird’s claw. 


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20 


91 


130 


72 


60 


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38 


20 


20 


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336 


337 
338 


339 


348 


349 


350 


28 


S.E. Africa, brass rings on a leather thong, 20in. long (Quiggins, 
Pl. 3, 1); Gilbert Islands, Tekarora beads, a string 20ft. 
long; Oceania, necklace of small glass beads, 30in. long, in 
eight strands and braided; S. Pacific, teeth and coconut- 


shell disc necklace. 4 
Swedish copper plate money, 1-Daler, 1751. 1 
—— 1-Daler, 1755. ] 
Tea brick with Russian characters on both sides. Very fine. 1 


Dutch East Indies, Mokko bronze drum (one lug missing). Rare. 1 


Africa, Kissi Pennies (10). 10 
Chinese tea brick, pavilion with inscription. Very fine. 1 
Chinese tea bricks (2), as preceding. 2 
—— A similar lot. 2 
Siam, porcelain tokens (200). 200 


Siam, lead coins (15); Austria, wood money (50); Tiger tongue 
money (8); Cromwell, bronze medal (1), by Dassier. 74 


Hazard, H. W., “‘The Numismatic History of Late Medieval 
North Africa’, 1952; Miles, G. C., ‘‘Contributions to 
Arabic Metrology’, 1958; “‘Coins of the Spanish Muluk 
al-Tawa’if’’, 1954; ‘‘The Coinage of the Umayyads of 
Spain’’, Parts 1 and 2. 5 


Walker, J., Catalogue of Muhammadan Coins (2), ‘‘Arab-Sas- 
sanian’’ and ‘‘Arab-Byzantine and Post-Reform Umaiyad’’; 
Karim, A., ‘“‘Corpus of the Muslim Coins of Bengal’, 
Dacca, 1960. 3 


Valentine, W. H., ‘‘Sassanian Coins’’, 1921; ‘‘Modern Copper 
Coins of the Muhammadan States’, 1911; The Numismatic 
Chronicle, 1956 to 1962; miscellaneous reprints (3), book- 
lets (2). 14 


Mahogany coin cabinet, by Turton, 10in. wide, 94in. high, 10in. 
deep, fitted 19 trays double-pierced for coins of various 
sizes. 1 


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